Following a wanted bulletin issued for former beauty queen, Carol Ann Lynch, Roraima Airways has confirmed that Lynch was contracted by the company as a temporary staff and acted in a supervisory capacity.
However, the company noted that management had no idea that she was wanted by the police.
“Roraima Airways would like to firmly state and clarify that we would never knowingly employ a person who is wanted by the law. From public records and as far as the company was aware, the case against Ms Carolan Lynch was dismissed and further we were not aware that there was a current arrest warrant issued for her. She also confirmed with our HR department during her interview that all legal matters against her were dismissed by the High Court,” the Company said in a press release.
Given the fact that a wanted bulletin is now out for Lynch, the company is urging her to make contact with the police.
Lynch, is accused of murdering her husband, Farouk Razack. Razack, the then proprietor of Swiss House Cambio, was found dead on the floor of his Eping Avenue home. A post mortem examination revealed that he was strangled.